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I am thrilled to have the transcript of my virtual talk, “Conjuring the Prince Mystique” from the virtual 78-88: Prince, The First Decade: An Interdisciplinary Conference, 3 – 5 June 2021 (organized by Dr. Kirsty FaircloughDr. Mike Alleyne, and Kristen Zschomler) included in the Journal of Popular Music Studies, Volume 33, Number 4, pp. 23–27 (Electronic ISSN: 1533-1598).

This issue features a digital lecture roundup, book reviews, and a special issue on music and gentrification. Check it out if you have access to an academic library!

If you don’t have access, you can always watch the video from my personal archives:

78-88 Conference Presentation: Conjuring The Prince Mystique from De Angela Duff on Vimeo.

Many thanks to outgoing ⁦⁦editors Robin James and ⁦Eric Weisbard for selecting my talk as exemplary of the online style of conference presentations that COVID-19 generated, among several other presentations.

Also, congratulations to one of the incoming editors to the Journal of Popular Music Studies, my purple friend and one of the core four: Elliott H. Powell!